Countertop tile installers, El Paso
If you are thinking about a countertop remodeling job, we've got you covered. From quartz to granite, marble and ceramic, we can install all kinds of countertops to suit any budget and any vision. Your countertop installation cost will vary based on the materials used (marble is typically the most expensive countertop material option), how large the countertop area is, and how large the tiles are that we are installing. We have teamed up with discount tile stores to get you the best deals on materials. We have partnerships with several granite suppliers in El Paso, TX that supply marble, quartz and quartzite as well. Due to these partnerships, we get our materials at a big discount so if you choose El Paso Tile Installation for your tile setter needs, you can rest assured that you are getting the best deal.
Keeping your final price for your tile remodeling job as low as possible while offering the best service in El Paso, TX is a top priority for us.
If you are looking for a professional laminate countertop installation team, we do that too! Give us a call today to discuss your project and what you have in mind for your countertops.
As El Paso's top kitchen remodelers and bathroom remodelers, we work with countertops a lot. We can get you the best deals from countertop stores to keep your costs low throughout the remodeling process.
Sometimes we get asked about installing butcher block countertops. There are several reasons why we don't recommend these and the main one is cleanliness. With non-porous materials like granite, tile, marble and quartz, your countertops will be very east to clean. These materials are also long-lasting and durable. They are water resistant so water and germs don't get pulled into the material, soaking in. We have all accidentally left a cold glass on a wooden table without a coaster, right? We know what happens. Due to the wood's porous nature, it soaks up that condensation and forms a ring. Well, with butcher block countertops, that wooden countertop is porous, so it soaks up liquid, and seals can only do so much to prevent that from happening. That's why with wooden countertops, the ease of cleanliness goes out the window. Otherwise, your countertops will be soaking up all the germs and bacteria from that raw chicken you're dicing for dinner. With tile and stone material countertops, you don't have to worry about that. Simply clean with your favorite household cleaner, wipe and you are good to go and can rest assured that your countertops are sanitized and safe.